Here is the latest Michigan news from The Associated Press at 4:40 p.m. EST

MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich. (AP) — Michigan officials say an industrial site in suburban Detroit that leaked greenish chemicals onto a freeway will be considered for the federal Superfund program. The state Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy said Friday an evaluation of the Electro-Plating Services Inc. site will be completed this spring. Under the Superfund program, the federal government forces polluters to clean up highly contaminated sites or uses federal funds when no responsible parties can be found. The chrome plating company in Madison Heights was shut down by state regulators in 2016 due to mismanagement of industrial waste.

LANSING, Mich. (AP) — Michigan’s tax revenues are slightly higher than anticipated, but Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s administration and Republicans in the Legislature say it’s not a jackpot for new spending. Economists agreed Friday to forecasts that will help the Democratic governor propose the next budget. Economic growth will be modest. Revenues in two main funds are projected to rise 1.1% this fiscal year and 2.3% next year. Revenue could come in $321 million higher than was estimated previously. Budget director Chris Kolb says there will be “huge pressures” on spending due to Medicaid costs, a past road-funding deal, tax cuts and other factors.

DETROIT (AP) — There’s a strange twist in the saga of a Detroit man who was released from prison after more than eight years and compensated for a wrongful murder conviction. State police say sophisticated tests show DNA from one of four victims on Davontae Sanford’s shoe. The tests were recently performed as a result of Sanford’s lawsuit against Detroit police. State police are cautioning that the results are “preliminary.” Even the testing company says they shouldn’t be used until more work is done. Sanford denies any role in the four murders. His attorney says Sanford is clearly innocent based on other evidence in the Runyon Street homicides.

JACKSON, Mich. (AP) — Consumers Energy is warning customers that freezing rain forecast for Saturday “will likely lead to downed wires and power outages that could last several days.” The utility says freezing rain is expected to begin across much of south central Michigan Saturday morning and continue for several hours. It says as much as one-half to 1 inch (1.2-2.5 centimeters) of ice accumulation is possible in a general area from Interstate 94 north to U.S. 10. Consumers says a half inch of ice can add as much as 500 pounds (226.8 kilograms) to a span of power lines.